Four Reasons Why IB Will Change the Way You Think About Everything
Academics

Four Reasons Why IB Will Change the Way You Think About Everything

Sarah Wilson, Writer The International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Program (DP)  is a challenging program, or at least that is the consensus amongst the students at school. It teaches students about thinking critically and being able to apply their knowledge to the real world. DP students often complain about the stress level and workload but after … Continue reading

Students Make Sacrifices on Sleep and Pay the Costs
Academics / Editorials / Student Life

Students Make Sacrifices on Sleep and Pay the Costs

Jun Woo Kang, News Editor South Korea has a generation of teens growing up chronically sleep-deprived, and you might be one of them. Ask yourself, “am I sleep deprived?” Most likely, your response will be similar to the students in GSIS publication class where 87 percent answered “yes”. Louie Chung, sophomore, often reaches a breaking … Continue reading

An Unexpected Source of Gender Bias
Academics / School News / Student Life

An Unexpected Source of Gender Bias

Justine Hong, Co-Editor-in-Chief For many years, countless students at GSIS have been cracked down for violating the dress code. Only recently, however, has it been discovered that such discipline may not be a constructive method to facilitate education, but rather an inadvertent result of gender-biased perception. On Mar. 25, when senior Jenny Kang was taken … Continue reading